2008: Played in all 68 games, starting 64 ... A second-team all-district and second-team all-conference selection ... Batted .304 for the season, collecting 65 hits ... Had a double and two triples with eight RBI and 33 runs scored ... Had five sacrifice bunts ... Named to the ACC All-Tournament Team ... An ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District selection ... Set the school’s single-season stolen base record with 41, breaking her sister Callie’s previous mark of 34 ... Started 34 games as the designated player, 16 games in right field and 14 games in centerfield ... Had 19 multi-hit games ... Longest hitting streak was 11 games, which is tied for the eighth-longest in school history ... Had two game-winning hits and scored nine game-winning runs ... Named second-team all-state by VaSID ... Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Softball Team.
2007: Saw action in 42 contests, starting three ... Batted .364 on the season with four hits in 11 at bats ... Scored 16 runs ... Was 11-for-12 on stolen base attempts ... Recorded three hits in a start against Campbell.
2006: Appeared in 31 games ... Had 13 stolen bases in 19 attempts ... Scored eight runs ... Had one hit in two at bats ... Also drew a walk ... Scored the game-winning run against Coastal Carolina ... Named to the 2005-06 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Lettered four times at Broadway High School for Coach Dennis Marstiller ... Earned Group AA first-team all-state honors as both a junior and senior ... Was honorable mention all-state her sophomore year ... Set the single-season stolen base record ... Named MVP of the East squad at the VHSCA All-Star game after collecting two hits and two RBI ... Also played basketball for three years, setting a new single-season steals record with 78.
Personal: Jenna Lee Rhodes ... Born November 20, 1986, in Harrisonburg, VA ... Daughter of Jim Rhodes and the late Ellen Rhodes ... Sister, Callie, played softball at Tech from 2003-07 ... Participated in mission trips to Zambia in the summers of ‘06 and ‘07 ... Rhodes is double-majoring in psychology and sociology.